Bhagavadgita, Vedanta, Hinduism
A compilation of different lectures delivered on various occasions throughout the twelve months of the year highlighting the significance and importance of the concerned occasions every month. This book is a highly religious compendium and deeply philosophical.
A powerful Vedic Invocation drawing into oneself the power of creation as the embodiment of God Almighty. Contains an incisive introduction followed by the significance of each Sukta, the Sanskrit verses, transliteration and English translation.
A rapid yet comprehensive survey ranging from the Vedas and the Upanishads to the Smritis, and including the Itihasas and Puranas, the Bhagavadgita, Yoga Vasishtha, etc. Good thumbnail sketches of subjects to which whole libraries and cultures are devoted.
Another series of discourses on the Bhagavadgita that Swamiji gave to the students in the Ashram's Academy.
The reader is taken through the Mahabharata and through each of the chapters of the Bhagavadgita, elucidating the main points in each chapter and giving insight and guidance for all. The highest truths given in the Bhagavadgita are made relevant to every spiritual seeker.
Swamiji highlights the main themes in the Srimad Bhagavata, and goes into their meaning for the spiritual practitioner and seeker of Truth.
A unique presentation on this unparalleled compendium, expounding the fundamental principles of Vedanta propounding the non-dual existence of Brahman, the supreme Absolute. Arranged into three sections of five chapters each, here is the entire Vedanta in a nutshell.
A treatise on the Vedanta philosophy and its methodology. Written by Swamiji at the age of 26 years and still considered by many as one of the best and most concentrated of his books.
Swamiji begins with the earliest stages of Indian culture, and discusses its evolution until the highest level of human achievement, which is liberation of the soul by the realisation of Brahman, the Absolute, through the stages of samadhi.